2020.10 / Leamington Observer, Warwick University research informs new 'Refugees: Forced to Flee' exhibition at London's Imperial War Museum by Catherine Vonledebur

2020.09 / Design Week, First look: designing the IWM’s exhibition on the lives of refugees by Molly Long

2020.09 / Londonist, What's It Like To Flee Your Home? Find Out In Three Free Exhibitions At Imperial War Museum by Tabish Khan

2020.09 / The Telegraph, Refugees: Forced to Flee review, Imperial War Museum: faltering but worthwhile testament to a calamity faced by millions by Lucy Davies

2020.09 / Time Out, Meet an AI border guard at the Imperial War Museum’s outstanding new ‘Refugees’ season by Chris Waywell

2020.09 / Muddy Stilettos, See this! Refugees: Forced to Flee, Imperial War Museum, London

2019.06 / Lietuvos Rytas, Londone kurianti lietuvių menininkė žavi pasaulį originaliu braižu by Rūta Mikšionienė (in Lithuanian)

2019.05 / Frieze, Real, but Not Quite: VR at the 58th Venice Biennale by Matthew McLean

2019.05 / AnOther, The Best Things to See at the 2019 Venice Biennale by Thea Hawlin

2019.05 / Financial Times, Performance art comes to the Venice Biennale by Gareth Harris

2019.04 / E-Flux, Block Universe

2018.10 / Sveriges Radio, Den förträngda historien i ny utställning by David Richter (in Swedish)

2018.08 / Mousse Magazine, “Entangled Tales” at Rupert, Vilnius

2018.08 / Blouin Artinfo, Blurring line between art and viewer in Vilnuis by Louisa Elderton

2018.08 / The Calvert Journal, Riga Biennial: 5 ways to enrich your Baltic city break with contemporary art by Lisa Premiyak

2018.06 / Artnet, The First Riga Biennial’s Theme Is ‘Change’ - SoIt’s Paying Its Artists and Hiring an All-Woman Team of Curators by Kate Brown

2017.10 / The Guardian, Age of Terror: Art Since 9/11 review – a chilling show for dark times by Jonathan Jones

2017. 10 / The Telegraph, Too many lapses into triteness and banality - Age of Terror: Art Since 9/11, review by Alastair Sooke

2017.02 / Delfi, Londono lietuvė žengia karų ir kruvinų konfliktų pėdsakais by Zita Čepaitė (in Lithuanian)

2017.01 /, Indrės Šerpytytės paroda „Patyrimo nebuvimas“ ŠMC (in Lithuanian)

2016.12 / Wallpaper, In pictures: the W* photography desk’s 2016 digest of visual inspiration by Sara Taglioretti

2016.09 / The British Journal of Photography, Visible Memories: Reclaiming the relics of the Soviet era

2016.09 / Financial Times, The Art Market: Mountains in Florida

2016.09 / Foam, A Visual History of Violence by Hinde Haest

2016.09 / Royal Academy, This week: five top art shows to see by Alice Primrose

2016.09 / Blouin Artinfo, ‘Pedestal’ at Parafin, London

2016.09 / Londoniete, Indrė Šerpytytė - Roberts: turime savimi didžiuotis by Živilė Kasparavičiūtė (in Lithuanian)

2016.09 / Anglija Today, Indrė Šerpytytė pristato savo parodą Londone

2016.08 / Aesthetica, 10 to See: Recommended exhibitions

2016.03 / Artforum, “Ocean of Images”:Museum of Modern Art by Colby Chamberlain

2016.01 / Artnet, At MoMA, Indrė Šerpytytė Points Out Torture Sites by Blake Gopnik

2015.12 / The New York Times, Roots of Conceptual Art, Caught by a Camera’s Eye by Holland Cotter

2015.12 / The New York Photo Review, With Quentin Bajac On A Walkabout Through "An Ocean of Images" by Barbara Confino 

2015.12 / The New York Photo Review, MoMA Still Cares by John Haber

2015.09 / The Subway Reader, A State of Silence

2015.04 / Fitzrovia Journal, Indrė Šerpytytė by Jane Singer

2015.03 / Afterimage, Conflict, Time, Photography by Harriet Riches

2015.01 / African Yearbook of Rhetoric, The museography of disaster: museums faced with the material traces of extreme violence by Elisabeth Anstett

2014.12 / Global Research, Receding into Memory: War Photography at the Tate Modern by Dr. Binoy Kampmark

2014.05 / Lietuvos Rytas, Lietuvė fotografė nesidangsto turtingo ir įtakingo užsieniečio vyro vardu (in Lithuanian)

2013.09 / Culture Colony Quarterly (CCQ), A State Of Silence at Ffotogallery

2013.09 / Photomonitor, Indre Serpytyte: Solo Exhibition by Rory Duckhouse 

2012.10 / Frieze, Moments of Reprieve: Representing Loss in Contemporary Photography by Brian Dillon

2012.08 / Photomonitor, Moments of Reprieve: Representing Loss in Contemporary Photography by Marco Bohr

2010.05 / Flash Forward, Flash (Back) Forward – No Trim by Hester Barnard

2010.03 / Creative Review, Hyeres International Festival of Fashion and Photography by Patrick Burgoyne

2010 / Derwent, A State of Silence at Angel Building, London

2009.09 / Lietuvos Rytas, Londone - I.Šerpytytės fotografijų paroda (in Lithuanian) 

2009.07 / Respublika

2009.06 / OjodePez, Indre Serpytyte: A State of Silence

2009.06 / InfoZona

2009.04 / Portfolio Magazine, New Light: Jerwood Photography Awards

2008.08 / 1000 Words, Issue 2, Construct

2008 / Next Level, Issue 13

2007.12 / Hotshoe, Issue 145

2007.12 / The British Journal of Photography, Issue 154

2007.05/ Respublika

2007.04 / Respublika

2007.03 / Draugas, Nevienareikšmė fotografės I. Šerpytytės tyla by Dalia Cidzikaite (in Lithuanian)

2006.11 / Portfolio Magazine, Issue 44, Indre Serpytyte: A State of Silence